In boys' basketball
At OVC tournament. LUCAS MOSSMAN had 18 points and MICAH PLANK added 16 for Sullivan in a 62-54 loss to Shelbyville.
Clinton dropped a 53-38 decision to Warrensburg-Latham despite getting nine points from JACOB ROCKHOLD.
CODY PANKAU scored 12 points and DUSTIN HAAKE added 10 for Tuscola in a 39-37 loss to Maroa-Forsyth.
At LOVC tournament. Bement beat Arthur 56-41 thanks to 23 points from CONNOR GROSS and 10 from ETHAN MORTON. Arthur was led by CURTIS PLANK's 21 points.
ANDREW DONITHAN scored 10 points for Shiloh in a 37-36 loss to Lovington.
AUSTIN CRIST scored 19 points and TIM WEAVER added 16 for Cerro Gordo in a 65-57 win against Okaw Valley.
Arcola got 18 points from CLAYTON JOHNSON and 12 from MARTY THOMAS in a 49-39 win against Heritage. The Hawks got 14 points from JOHN TAYLOR.
Salt Fork 60, Hoopeston Area 40. ALEC DUTTON scored 12 of his game-high 18 points in the third quarter to lift the host Storm. ROSS LEARNARD (17 points) and MAX STUTSMAN (10) also reached double figures for Salt Fork. The Cornjerkers were led by HAYDEN SEIDEL's 11 points.
Bismarck-Henning 69, Westville 25. The visiting Blue Devils, who led 38-10 at the half, got 12 points from KRYSTIAN INGRAM and 11 apiece from STEPHEN KROUT and TANNER RIBBE.
St. Thomas More 84, Iroquois West 50. Five players finished in double figures for the visiting Sabers, led by TRAVIS WHITLEY (19 points) and PIERRE TUELL (16). MICHAEL RUBENAKER finished with 11 and DAVID COCHRANE and JAYCEE HILLSMAN scored 10 apiece. Iroquois West got 18 points from KEATON ZIRKLE.
CPCI 57, Momence 51. STERLING YOUNG poured in 17 points while COLE HASSELBRING scored 15 and ALEX RABE added 11 to power the host Timberwolves.
Georgetown-Ridge Farm 79, Schlarman 71. KORIE VIRE drilled six three-pointers and finished with a game-high 28 points to lead the host Buffaloes, who won in overtime. KYLE KOBURN added 20 points while MATTHEW HAY (15 points) and RYAN DIEU (11) also contributed. ALEC NEAL, AUSTIN CALHOUN and ANDREW KELLY each scored 14 points for the Hilltoppers.
Paxton-Buckley-Loda 47, Watseka 31. JORDAN GLAD (12 points) and TANNER HARRIS (11) led the host Panthers.
Armstrong-Potomac 45, Chrisman 31. The visiting Trojans got 13 points from WADE ROGERS and 10 from LUKE GERNAND in the win. CHASE ANDERSON led Chrisman with 12 points.
Decatur Christian 62, Urbana University 51. BRANDON LIN (four assists, three steals) and JOHNNY SHAPLEY each scored nine points for the visiting Illineks. .JOSEPH SONG (seven rebounds) and ROBBIE McMILLEN (five rebounds) each scored eight points.
Fieldcrest 41, Ridgeview 37. JOSH WEIER had 12 points and five rebounds for the visiting Mustangs, who fell in overtime.
Oakwood 72, Milford 63. KYLE ELLIOTT and CAMERON LEE each scored 21 points to power the host Comets. JOSH KILLION led Milford with 20 points.
Heyworth 57, Fisher 43. The Bunnies, who trailed 32-13 at the half, got 11 points from TAW FREDRICKSON.
In girls' basketball
Mahomet-Seymour 55, Pontiac 44. The Bulldogs (15-9) scored the first 11 points of the second half and took a lead they would never lose. M-S trailed at intermission 29-28.
"It came down to not turning the ball over," M-S coach Nathan Seal said. "In the first half, we had a lot of empty possessions that were killing us."
Kristen Belyea scored seven of her season-high 24 points in the third quarter. She made four three-point shots.
Maggie Schmidt scored 12 points for Mahomet-Seymour.
The Corn Belt Conference game was played as part of a girls/boys doubleheader and in conjunction with the schools' Coaches vs. Cancer fundraisers.
Paxton-Buckley-Loda 59, Clifton Central 50. CHEYENNE WEBER had 16 points and KANDACE HOFER added 12 to lead the visiting Panthers.
At Tolono. JAMIE SMITH, SETH CHITWOOD, JOSH BURTON, RAMSEY HOSS and TANNER VanDALSON all picked up pins for Monticello in a win against Unity. Unity's COLTON REED won a pair of matches by pinfall against Clinton and Monticello. Teammates TROY WELCH picked up a pair of wins, one by fall.
Clinton beat Unity thanks to pinfalls from BRETT MURPHY, LES TROTTER and CHRISTIAN CHAMPLEY.